Below are links to videos, webpages, and guides that will help you with transitioning to using Zoom in your classrooms. If there are any technical questions about this program, contact EMCC's Help Desk at (662) 243-1939 or email them at firstname.lastname@example.org
Breakout Rooms allow you to split your Zoom meeting in up to 50 separate sessions. This is a good resource if you want to break you classes into small groups so that they can work together.
Here is a link to the "Breakout Rooms" tutorial on the Zoom website.
The website Canva is offering Zoom backgrounds for anyone who needs them. You do neeed a Canva account to access them, but creating an account is easy and free.
This video shows how to create online transcripts for free. Some of what he does is a little dated, which is why there are step-by-step instructions in the other tabs.
THIS ONLY WORKS IN THE CHROME BROWSER
General information is from 0:00 - about 2:28
How to use this on a Mac is from 2:29 - 4:08
How to use this on Windows is from 4:09- 4:35
Step 1. You need to enable the recording device. To do this, go to your Sound Control section in settings.
Step 2. Select the recording tab and right click on Stereo Mix and enable.
Step 3. Open Chrome and, open a Google Doc if you have a google account, or open a word document from Office 365. I am going to show how to use Office 365. The video covers how to do this in Google Docs.
Step 4. Look at the far right side of the page and select "Dictate"
You will see this when it is ready to record
If it turns white, that means it is off. Just click on it again to start the recording.
Step 5. Open the video /webinar that you want transcripts for. Note that you will need to have 2 screens visible on your computer to confirm that the transcripts are being made.
Step 6. Make sure you start the video BEFORE you start recording. If you do it after, then it will not record.